Dr. Amy Holliday is the clinic director of Upper Cervical Health & Restoration in Seneca, South Carolina. She owns and manages the center along with her husband, Dr. R.T. (Doc).
After completing her Bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology at St. Cloud State University-Minnesota, Dr. Holliday finished her doctorate program in chiropractic education at Life University- Atlanta. She has the license to practice in the state of South Carolina.
In partnership with prominent upper cervical doctors worldwide, Dr. Holliday is taking the lead in developing a curriculum that will equip upper cervical chiropractic students with the essential knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to succeed upon graduation.
She is dedicated to using the latest technology to provide the best upper cervical chiropractic care to her patients.
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